Object Name: 
9 Christmas Ornaments

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Object Name: 
9 Christmas Ornaments
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
Not on Display
about 1930-1950
Primary Description: 
9 Christmas Ornaments. (A) Colorless glass; blown, tooled, silvered, lacquered. Pipe with spiral twist bowl. (B) Colorless glass, red and gold lacquer; blown, tooled, silvered, lacquered. Straight pipe. (C) Teapot, red orange with design of blue flowers and white leaves. (D) Colorless glass, metal caps and loops; blown, tooled, silvered, lacquered, painted, and highlighted with crushed glass. Coffee pot, red with blue flower and white leaves. (E and F) Colorless glass, paper, wire tinsel; blown, silvered, lacquered, painted, crushed glass. Two scrap and glass ornaments. (G and H) Glass with scrap and spun glass. (G) Has Jesus with cross. (H) Colorless glass, metal cap and loop; blown, tooled, painted, applied paper scrap and spun glass circle/fan. Has baby Jesus in manger, ball shape with deep concave side, reddish and gold bands at rim, paper image with spun glass background applied in opening. (I) Colorless glass, paper mache; blown, painted, lacquered. Group of three mushrooms on spring clip.
Made in Germany
g.hz wuz in p. dtz
box lid
6309 / 1 / gL3j03
label on box